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John Elway: Armed and Dangerous

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2006

    The best Quarter Back Denver, Colorado has ever had!

    The book of John Elway was a very good book, I thought it talked a lot about how he came from a big league school and then soon get drafted to a strong NFL team that could possibly win many Super Bowls. I thought this book gave very good details on how John Elway and how everyone always remembered how big of a threat he was to every team that the Denver Broncos have played. This Book also gave a lot of details on how he grew up in most of his life and all the inspiration he had and aslo how he suceeded not only to the NFL but to the Hall of Fame. This book was probably one of the most detailed books that I have read about how a certain someone has grown up and has also grown to be a very successful individual.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2006

    Many years of defeat!

    I very much enjoyed this book, due to the fact that it takes you on an emotional roller coaster of a man that had one thing on his mind. That one thing was to win, and to earn the respect of the people that he held closest to his heart, including his father!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2001

    The Greatest

    This biography told John Elway's story with truthfulness and compassion. It detailed his difficult relationship with Dan Reeves and his agony from three Super Bowl defeats. The author described his yearning to win and to the be the best. I enjoyed reading about the greatest quarterback to ever play. I'm sure you will also.

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